I hear that but how in the world is that a good enough reason. In what other instance do we allow people to be denied access to the any privilege because some people have a hard time accepting it? And why is your acceptance of it necessary? (I am being sincere with these questions, it is hard not to assign it an snotty tone but that is not where I'm coming from)It's not that OD, it's there is a large majority of people that find Gay Marriage just, unacceptable.
But that's you deciding what SHOULD matter. Isn't that their decision?protections that really, in the end matter
Here is the problem with this stance. I could easily say the same about the position of those who oppose gay marriage but really, is that fair? I am offended frankly by the selfishness of this position, but I am trying to understand what is happening internally for the people who hold it. When you don't do that, when you judge and demean their effort communication ends and understanding becomes impossible. Which puts solutions out of reach.Yes the majority position is causing hardship, I get that, I REALLY do. But you get more flies with honey then vinegar. Right now, I'm offering honey, you're all for pouring vinegar.